Love is Not Enough

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en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – 07 Jan 2008
Money may not buy you love, but it certainly helps with life's other little luxuries. From shopping sprees to pension plans, IRAs to investments, money plays a crucial role in present and future comfort. Luckily, handling personal finances is much easier than the financial industry would have us believe. Combining years of financial expertise with a healthy dose of skepticism and an easy sense of humor, this sharp and appealing guide to personal wealth for women provides all the answers. Whether you are drowning in debt, negotiating a higher salary, or tackling the thorny issue of a prenuptial, this is the conclusive resource for sorting your finances out for good and transforming your bank from a constant worry into a source of peace of mind.

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ISBN-13: 9780007235193
ISBN-10: 0007235194
Pagini: 256
Ilustrații: black & white illustrations
Dimensiuni: 129 x 198 x 25 mm
Greutate: 0.26 kg
Ediția: New
Editura: Harper Collins Publishers
Locul publicării: United States

Notă biografică

Merryn Somerset Webb studied History and Economics at Gonville and Caius College prior to becoming a Daiwa scholar and completing an MA in Japanese language at The School of African and Oriental Studies, London University. In 1992 she moved to Japan to continue her Japanese studies and to produce business programmes for NHK, Japan's public television station. A year later she took a job as an institutional broker at SBC Warburg. Returning to the UK in 1998 she became a financial writer for The Week magazine before taking on the role of launch editor for the respected financial weekly Moneyweek. Today she continues to edit Moneyweek, has columns in the Sunday Times and Saga Magazine and is a frequent radio and television commentator on financial matters.


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